Milo   -

The mapbasic way:
What I would do is to assign the new lat/long to float variables
while you reshape the 1st polygon ( call the objectnodex()and objectnodey() 
functions ). Then use these values to automatically alter object on the 2nd 
poly to have the nodes placed in the exact locations of the nodes from the 
first poly.  --OR-- Reshape manually in MapInfo only the first polygon and 
then have mapbasic reshape the second poly by reading the new node lat/longs 
( call the objectnodex()and objectnodey() functions )

The MapInfo Interface Way:
What i would do is simply to reshape the first poly manually, then just turn 
on snap and move the nodes of the second poly to be snapped to the 
corresponding node on poly1. If there are too many nodes for this to be 
feasible, I would use MapBasic because that's what its for.....

Hope this helps at all.

>From: "Milo Simonic" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
>To: "Mapinfo-l" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
>Subject: MI Polygon reshaping
>Date: Thu, 8 Jul 1999 19:42:05 +0200
>A table consists of about 70 polygons (non-overlapping). I need to reshape 
>certain mutual boundaries. I digitized the desired shape and using snap 
>mode and reshape function I reshaped a boundary. Reshaping however only 
>applies to one selected polygon. The neighbouring polygon maintains its 
>unreshaped boundary. How to change/reshape a MUTUAL boundary of two 
>polygons at the same time?

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